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Transition. Rozanov And Solovyov

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Solovyov is the founder of the important treatment of the issues of Eros and Creativity in Russian religious thought and in Russian late 19th century thought generally. Having established Rozanov, Berdyaev and Vysheslavtsev as the major philosophical continuers of Solovyov's legacy on the subject of sublimation, it must be emphasized that despite overwhelming influence, none of them is a slavish follower of the Solovyovian doctrines. While it might generally be thought that Rozanov contributed more to the theory of sexuality and Berdyaev more to that of creativity, a close consideration of their massive oeuvres show them to be major Russian contributors to both. Thus, Rozanov, if he thought a great deal about Solovyov in life when they were physically apart, thought about him much more and with much more unmixed admiration after his death, especially between 1900 and 1910.

Keywords: Berdyaev; Eros; Rozanov; Russian religious; Solovyov; Vysheslavtsev



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